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10/06/2009 - UK needs fresh approach to superbugs - BMA
Senior doctors have warned that "superbugs", or healthcare associated infections, will not be beaten in the absence of dedicated long-term strategies. More

09/06/2009 - Nursing home super-bug alarm
The hospital super-bug MRSA is rife in nursing homes amongst both residents and staff, British researchers have warned. More

01/04/2009 - Light therapy hope for MRSA treatment
Scientists believe they may have found a "magic bullet" for treating the hospital superbug, MRSA. More

31/03/2009 - Hope in hospital bug battle
Handwashing and titanium oxide are among weapons available against hospital infection, microbiologists were told today. More

20/11/2008 - Fresh warning on hospital bugs
Experts have identified another common bug that is developing resistance to drugs and threatening hospital care. More

06/11/2008 - Oregano oil kills MRSA
A project studying Himalayan oregano as an antibacterial agent for MRSA has earned an international award. More

28/10/2008 - Child risk from super-bugs
Sick children may be at greater risk from hospital super-bugs than has previously been thought, according to a leading British expert. More

06/10/2008 - Disinfectant may boost resistance
Widespread use of disinfectants and antiseptics may be making bacteria stronger, scientists warn today. More

19/09/2008 - Big fall in hospital MRSA infections
Cases of MRSA in England's hospitals have fallen by a third over the past year, according to official figures. More

11/09/2008 - Triple infection warning
A plea for the development of new antibiotics was issued yesterday as British experts warned of a tough battle ahead against drug-resistant organisms. More

10/09/2008 - New weapon against resistant surgery infections
Scientists have discovered a potential new method of killing dangerous bacteria in infected wounds. More

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